All in One
The qualities in many kinds of dogs are similar to the qualities we want from our automobiles; safety, speed, protection; beauty.
"For thousands of years, dogs have offered protection, companionship and love to men their masters. More than friends, more than pets are the dogs who spend their lives bringing life into the darkness."
"The engineer has done better with the automobile than nature did with the dog. For modern science has produced a car that satisfied all the demands of all drivers. Today's motor car is all in one."
collie [dog] herds sheep; sheep on a road; sheep into a barn; seeing eye dog; Morristown, New Jersey; German Shepherd; Afghan; dog swimming in river; children playing with dog; dozens of hounds out on a fox hunt; training and racing greyhounds; Alaskan huskies pulling sled; fox terrier; Chihuahua; child being pulled by dog harnessed to a small wagon; children build wooden cart; six dogs are harnessed to a wooden car built by children; car backing out of driveway of suburban house;
FROM THE FIRST DOMESTICATION OF THE DOG, MAN HAS SOUGHT 1 DOG THAT WOULD COMBINE ALL VALUABLE QUALITIES. FROM THIS INTRO, THE PARALLEL OF ONE AUTOMOBILE, THAT COMBINES ALL VALUABLE QUALITIES IS SHOWN.
Ken Smith sez: Jam Handy asks us to accept a rather strained analogy in this film. Dogs belong to many different, specialized breeds -- which proves that an all-purpose car (such as the Chevrolet) is superior to a dog! "Today's motorcar is all in one," explains the narrator. The speed of a Greyhound; the agility of a Terrier; the dependability of a Collie, etc., etc. Okay, okay -- we get the point.
DOGS AUTOMOBILES CHEVROLET PETS ANIMALS DAILY LIFE ADVERTISING HOMES HOUSES HOBBIES
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Subject: Stupid But Brilliant!
Subject: fairly entertaining
p.s. that go-cart was simply awful, but that dosent ruin this fairly good film
Subject: Silly Comparision
was to praise the automobile. The goal of achieving this was silly and deceiving.
Subject: All in One
Ratings: Camp/Humor Value: ***. Weirdness: ****. Historical Interest: ****. Overall Rating: ***.
Subject: Poor dogs
By the way, a very curious glitch, The narrator seems to stop his narration about 30 seconds in, and we get about 2 minutes of silence before the narrator starts talking again. Is this a mistake on the filmmakers part? or what?